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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 September 1911

w...! t !i 69Sw emj did. bqZ 3. Wyvrý .e 1 taZWM V: *1 wrnwob fed 1 1ý 1 4gm.1 CONTAGIOUS. Osybose-When my wile saw the eoaedtloe I was to when I got home from the club bust night it just stag r her! Martini-Fm not surprised. Too know you drank enough for two, old meal Practical IIIestratien. To shorten a long Sunday afternoon for Fred. aged eight, his mother told him that he might Illustrate the twee ty-third Psalm In any way he chose. Quiet reigned for a time, as Fred. busy with pencil and pad, drew "shepherd" and "green pasture," "rod and sta.." Then a silence ensued. fellowed by a nolay clatter which brought his mother to the room. Fred was busily arranging a train of cars, a toy gun, marbles, etc., on the table, "What are you doing. Fred!" "Why," he answered. "these are the presents of my enemies." A HIT What She Gained by Trying Again A failure at Aret makee us este.m Seal seccess. A family In Minnesota that now en joys Postum would sever have knows how good It is If the mothe...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 September 1911

ilEIGlT DAYS I(ONTINUEI FROM FIRST PAGE) through bias or help sn any unfair way through this office. Good honest eart on the part of the candidates is the only way we know of for them to win. Every ballot is registered, and the name and date given of the subscriber casting them. Each ballot for sub scription is numbered and any fraud can instantly be traced. On account of saving in expense the Searchlight editor will per sonally conduct the contest until the closing day, when we will have three prominent men appointed to receive the final ballots and make the closing count. As will be seen from the above Walter Kaye Mathews Jr. still heads the list with a lead of over 3.000 The tun-'ear-old lad is a hustler and is going right after the coin. Mrs. Archie Curran of Dawson counts has moved up to second puace and ts bringing in many new subscribers. Our special otfer of *. gold watch to the candidate secur ing the greatest number of votes rp to Oct. a st, has got the candidate to workin...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 September 1911

:0-W t A - -: - ' State 4 VQL..X. ISO. *~. CULB53UO, VALLRY COU NTANA, FRIDAY, SUIT. a, ((. 02.0 P =. r = r a . r Ii -- -- · --- =--- C =- KODA KS AND KODAK SUPPLIES Your vacation is not complete without a Kodak. We carry a complete line of Eastman Goods including all of i the new papers and post-cards. Special attention paid to all mail orders. Kodaks from $2 to $65 VALLEY DRUG STORI " A. W. Huxsol, Prop. VALLEY MEAT MARKET Telephone 34 d Jacobs & Markle, Props. Palace Saloon SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. i Voo.rem a· Fnmr rr--- i Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. I Family trade, Picnic parties, hunting and i Fishing parties supplied. A rtion of the trade of the p·.' is respectfully solicited Culbertson. . . Montana We Make It Easy for you to possess a bank account. You can open an account here with One Dollar-tyou can add to it as often as you wish in any amount you desire. We are anxious to do our part and would urge you to avail yourself of the advantages ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 September 1911

The FRANK . REWtS, CULSERTSON. OW*ANA Farmers are having a g0emssms ts -ie season. Wiater would aet be us bd N the seataloupe would atdt mlead, Speed has its v nti whbetbr od Meair. the rail, the ses baig W bot Speaking of speed weate there is the bandit who r.bbel be f. sta maot in U mn.ltes. The chap who sips bhi eaee at breakiast behlnd a newvsaper is now elamed with the easdst has. Atwood says he in a t solg to fy uay more Maybe ere is man who knows when be has had enough. A St Louis man committed suicide because his wife was too af'ectionan. In other words, she loved him to death. An Akron (0.) man was found walk ing in hi sleep with baby in his arms. That's our notie of a model husband! A physician finds that there Ia an other standard life proleger-eauer kraut. The discovery was made in Cincinnati. A London girl smoked a ealabash pipe on the streets that city. And still they say over there that Amer ean girls are forward. "Aviatrice" in the new word for the woman aviator. As ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 September 1911

DUM" HM CA- TER. . Phermer United States aster Thomas Heart Carter of Moatasa. who died last week la Washlaston, of lung trouble, had a remarkable career, ateadins over year. of acongresseonal and eoial le at Washlsgtao. As Ohia by birth, as lowas by adoptios ad a Metasa longs before that terr. tory was admted to statehasbOd Mr. Carte jumped to the trest almost from the outset of his work Ia ceagreas. Perhaps the moat remarkable of his foreesic achlevemeats was hi d.e feat Of a big river ad harbor appropriatlos bill which he regarded as a poltlseal grbb measure during the Mekialery admialatratlos. PresMidet Moalaty did not favor the bl and Mr. Carter. a strsg administratioe np porter, beas a speeh agalast It at 10$0I o'clock at aight asd talked coatla uouasy ata sooa of the day followlag when the seissi of osagres espired. 1,679,064 Acres of Montana Farm Lands Irrigated in 1909 Washlngtom, D. C.-Ceasus Director Durand iased today the /rat od dial statemeat from the cenass bureau rel...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 September 1911

The SsMklhight. 4I atemred M!y er. -a, se Seoed-Class Matter. P.saeiasM Ca.Lrtson. Mont, Under Act dCea s d March 9. 1879 FRANK S. RE rD.UItor sad'Proprietor Terms--lkaveoa. par er........ on Advertisil Rs, R e remasoable. will be Iuraisbtehd pap sm at this ofhce. TIE FIRST IUp LIUCAN PAPER STARTE IN VAllEY CO., MONT. The editor Wts week purchased two ripe watermelloares ula woman who ll-, in the Russiau settlemeet aorthwest of t.,%n She brought a hoad to town Tue..ty and peddled them out to residences I hs-.; w.r rather small, bet ripe and sweet. and the price was omly o ests each. She railei them on her claim. Early in the season Georgia meloe were selling in Cullbrtson for from $1.25 to St.50 each, whih 1- uatl of the reach ef country editors A A. Campbell. representing ih, Mlon tana Daily Record. was in 'ultrt,,i Tuesday and made the Searchligh . Ira ternal call. He left the nest m.rg ll1e or a trip north to Froid. Medicine Lake .and Plentywood The Riecord is one of \n1,, tan's ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 September 1911

sep ,eansen g.nt .d." m1 - sodn.Ot ont an e .. am m , aniimm d L ,esb l s. e * M I mbein is leas White Uskui ii h L , A L W III. It in ea am d ouksi mhadmL . Thin -eems ks et- - - mi Mt d dyi) akhesi whl o as a m, gst -e. Wish ed D~ i, , set d tee fis l weo bu demppmdsat as ageKak oe wirk eswe The eier w sth wl . sme wk ms isw esmeme of bced is me aprtan csue. rEenry dest ahedM have as bear or two ' dallote werk than a .s was tar ssry &p. A wseol at its bet is saly desy asih l K da dt a hespd ri a ms bme seydo m d U. l The Uilealty .t Meeas arpms its dt e m oars a part l their way threm mam. U we Ismeigmoat we wodi peekb asy Gad that Mosm wn eappi at odd hoims i we.k lb mbilag cows. tsakig a d hses. is "arh mur jraesm', iwhrs it hsembee. aki-g cae ofi bUiiags mad deflg assabree add jobs that coms up The chi.i et Sthe Ssd Primary emm arehekiug eampls opia s pm ther wuiug esssy two weubs amd two or thar tie d l* year wrditia bcbs will km made ktem Sem papers by sLchldrsms. Maed rE...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 September 1911

SECRET OF F r U©CESS Writer Is of Opisla uMan ner Has Mue to h WI, the NaU . The reason why a sed may min isters of tair abiity ae eat t a Job s because they do ne W to visit, because they am ehAS be a church that will it their Ow arems rather than trying to M tkti tes to the needs of a churh. R t fase that a good many men do U ew bow to call, they do not knew hew to behave when they get nlat a hea, they do not like it and wa Mit ft every chance they get. TYt eoe g is the secret of success in ~5mI every par ish today-not the sames kid of call Ing In all plaes. bet sOme kind In e ery place-end If ' . emnarles had wisdom they weal t their stu dents to do their week Ia the best way, in the only way i which It can be done In the couatry Mt least. Gise one year to sermeaS Sn and three years to making s eatmea In the truest sense of that weed. Thus send out men who can adapt themselves to the needs of the plea where they are called, and can thee serve human souls, who, being as the are, w...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 September 1911

- CI -' -" RIN a ~cYao SILENCE IS GOLDEN. Mrs. Roley-Poor dear. he hasn't aid a word for three weeks. Dr. Ballu-og-Well. you djont want him to croak do you?-Exch.ng. Buying Lglelators In Jeblete. One day. write. Bloaee Gordon it Success Magazine. a former member of the Ohio boeo displayed. lad verteatly, a large roll of bills In the Nell bouse lobby. A fellow member gased in we at the show of wealth. "1 Just sold a drove of hopg." e plained the former member rather hstly and coaredly. The observing one was thoughtful He did not reply for the half-mlnute usually essetlal to the fll-measured beat of his mental processes. Ad the- Tass." e drawled. "and I II bet 'm eme o' them hawgs" Plenty e Ba. "Bow is your sea the young doctor, making out?" "Frst rate, ince he learo to adapt himself to eircumstances. He sarted out to a lung spe.lalist. but hes a green apple spe alIst now." POOD AGAIN A Might Impertst Subject to Ever. One. A Bostom lady talks entertainlagly f Iol uand the chagss that ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 September 1911

Y ONE DAY 06i1rlNUED FROM FIRST PAGE) 6 o'clock. Every 4dOifr counts 1,ooo votes this week. Next week T.oo will only it gee votes. PIANO CONTEST CLOSES NOV. 15 Owing to the fee that many farmers have not yet threshed and there is not prspeNt that threshing generally will be completed by Oct 3oth, we have concluded to close the contest on Nov. :5th in stead of Oct. oth as first announced This will give two weeks long. er for candidates to secure new slubscribers and collect from old ones and will give the farmers a chance to wait until after they have threshed before paying their subscriptions. The Searchlight only came to this decision after consurlting the candidates who are actively at work and are most interested andi thei- have all of them agreed to the proposition. So the Piano Contes-t will close Nov. s5th, Y191. There will be no further postpunr.ire.nt. On Mooday of next week, Oct -. we will send word by mail to the five highest candidates letting them know who secured the gr...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 6 October 1911

- 4 S,44 'rAE N.V EAC . lL.X. NO. eg . CULU3R O VALLEY ... MONTANA. IeRU&T, OCT. 6, igu. _ . . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ; .PII- r-.- ic..i -.-r -... .l L,........£ ............ -.. Try Lyel's CRFEAMED PEROXIDE for chapped face and hands. An absolute ly hannless non greasy cream. A mild i skin bleach that will. not grow hair. 2 j Soothing and Healing - 25 Cents Each. ! VALLEY DRUG STORE S A. W. Huxsol, Prop. I VALLEY MEAT MARKET Telepho..n 34 . Jacobs & Markle, Props. i Palace Saloon S SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. Imported and Domestic Wines, f Liquors and Cigars. Family trade, Picnic parties, Hunting and Pishing parties supplied. ! Cliirtes . . tMoht t th a * ' We Make It Easy for you to possess a bank account. You can open au account bere with * One Dollar-you can add to it as often as yeu wish in any amount you desire. We are anxious to do our part and weould urge you to avail yourself of the advantages sad facdities we place at the dis poisal lo par-s. Your bwsiass we...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 6 October 1911

The FRANK REED` I It a rsmle m. uar. As yet smeos bas Als! he bdase Se beim mra media. Many of the - m ' b hs oa- s tow. mower ma r thnl . brubb is become a eah atM mb tart Another bash leagn.t Alirettes are ew bearned t New Yerk, but lovely womma le )met a Aar cbadaT & Some people like to have a war sears ever once In a while Nst as a rdmdnt l mil, if the katydid weem M.Slineo It wod tncur the jeealo at the pre. lessors e the weather bureau. i meeasig meas dlismer eto an aeroplaae. we prefer to walk and amesa to our beart's cotmet. Another mother has emtie her lit tle boy tot "perfect chld" hinos. Al childrem a perfect-to ther meothers. A New York womam. atteIre he a A New York back driver ae 67 anrs of corn in one sittla. whib prob ably accounts for the fact that be is a back driver. Por the benefit of those who abehor dictionaries be it esplalaed that a philatelist is a boy stamp collector after be grows Upk A New York woman speads $..0M a year for face massages. OE haad, wit...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 6 October 1911

S." i s C Um . S,, | I TaOeme m Weson psrw COSTELLO AND AUSTIN ARE DESTROYED sRiessors LiUs s aI le*d_, -WI Light mPem rioming r. gs. Legs H Dure ewD e on Vlluag. I y " wave. Austin, Pa.-T e towns le.tdrU eesd and nre,ao estimated doeth at Se, SM perseas, as many man injured and the surmiling Ihabtants deade to lEaseos, is the destrecuin werhed En this tows by a lo d which hula the esaetete dar at Austin. helhg a lake ve miles l.es that en .iseriln science had eld leask is th valle d Iremme Rua. The terat at water, carrying with it mI11. oes of feet of pulp logs. swept away the buildings l Its path, and, as the tructres were dashed from their foudatms, Are sprang from the brokem gas coanections sad spread to the buildings hiher up ia the valley. The .ed, a repetitio of the Johas town dibasr, rst destroyed Austin. a town of i.d population, swept Its building aloing i the current and dased them Into the town of Costello, a .ort distance down the valley. The Good was In full dayliht, b...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 6 October 1911

The t. amered May al., "W., Matter. PoseeSOt M Mot . Under Act of CaonM g, 1879 FRANK S. RI.ED. ·YolheT r. Terms--la advaIcn, pr NIt........a co Advertising Rams. vey hUanle. will be furnished on apl at (I og5ce TIE FIRST R OI UCAN PAPER STARTED IN VAUIM O, MONT. The tearful disastr, similar to the Johnstown flood, that occurred last Saturday at Austin, Pa., is not so great as was at first re ported. An naccust written early in the week will be found on an other page. The aumber reported dead and missing has dwindled to about a hundred instead of eight hundred as at first thought. Many acts of heroism were reported. There is nothing like a great dis aster to bring out human traits an individuals. The death of Cromwell Dixon, the young birdman, at Spokane on Tuesday, was a great shock to many people in Montana. It was this daring young aviator who crossed the Rockies at Helena on the last day of the State Fair, wmn ning $io,ooo in cash and national renown. This is the first time that...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 6 October 1911

.1 - ýAeI "I ýýi ý arbmvs wrea~l fi am 3mtr asti ob qm as~ Imr sou r o T amga"addn !.am ama. -d- - IL. aI.a. rah ad IL a PAruo d t-~ ~ Lahi Du is ma i% M3. 3. W F. G. 'tamma dIamL«M mi 1 bai Slaish/. Iles C. A. rllwen ...t. ar.. tart Mr. . U . N WbM .a ds Tka lso"LOW wrrsmit0e" o to bw am i ll u,.ad puss.. us 1cuY i - b - 1I't ams uy 0mmll b mU m MTiS C.ndu A. Wbam aW.Val. an 33iaw. sma.u be mos b a ·Thi BMai. thl OpN"dhdri a. p__._a4 nes" Ims~ri tr a e va sm bs bim be ywa p sad bir D. Y Iaif s . LPs Miie Ii Asiuse dt 1M rdy O - a Saks adade..ai a se ia m.cdhauma.umt barnee bp a/ira ur. Om. An 4 s m rs Choy pt DNbate rrl'as maw aha has paaStar Mustma Yaea~.adai 1mm hse ' wad am d Cha qme Reesis dlmiwst "ha Ida~ie Am irn " sad Umdisyh. Mhammb sme wadb se amar mad a blm mlqml T. a d ar, u barnlsawbel U inda. -he lrsat abs im bar eaS - V.I 0. jAumlat the baramd CbIs "dwell an w . Na mahrb is the Dr. D. R. &br rr b rlrrhyd is hi trig is oeI as soosest o raw Yrdda ami T ha. ba et Wda...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 6 October 1911

- rnthe r .me Uncle strayed into town ot at rusticity et a comic -Res. str." 'Well, I cors tee slage ter see the high hm . ' high up 4' ye go?" "To thetg Sher." 'Take me up he sho' What's th' use V ly ie na' golm all the hll the folks to home 'l p r ne went any higher than teI aN matter what I tell 'em" "ECZEMA ITlS i BADLY I COULDt T STAND IT." "I suffered with s an on my neck for about six methd ,iinning by lit tleo pIples IaI S Bt. I kept scratchnag till .the do eame. It kept ettng worse, I Mi t sleep nights my more. It bagpt W1 foAr about a month, then I ~ h a doctor and got some liquid to tue It seemed as if I was les t et better. The tcbhlng stopped for abet three days. but when it started gatan, was even worse than beftse. rTh' eesema itched so badly I couldn't siad tt any more. "I went to a doter and he gave me some medicine. bet di't do say good. We have bees havie (aticara Rem edies in the housel. I decided to try them. I had beeo wing Cuticura Soap. so I got me a boa of C...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 6 October 1911

HIGHLY AUTUSIa yt - SIn .,L lram Oreene-What dM your el ter y when you toa her I was going to mke a speeh ta th town hall tealghtt WU-e-b dldn't say notla'; she aU laushed untl she had hysteirs. Lesen n oed Manmers. When the "Boy Seouts" movement was at Its height, three ed the yrousn strs Journeyed from Baltimore to Washlngton to be Introduced to the president When Mr. Taft shook hands with them, eoe of the little fellows stuck out his let band. "Why do you give m your left hand?" asked the president "That's the way us Boy Souts shake hands" said the boy, with pride. "Well," commeed Mr. Taft dryly. "the soeoner us Be. esouts learn better the niear us Boy lSouts will be.-The Twiee thth Ppalar Maga Fa.led to Seere Tim. A plan was ou med troare a e.ar tain Tim Case. iing I a village near snelst. as his returning from market by night pasnt the churchyard. As be went by, the usual turnip, white sheet, and lanthenr of the coave.tioe al ghost were submitted to his astu, with the customary...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 6 October 1911

o CONTEST SEVEN PRIZES: Pirst Phia, a Krause Piano - - $350.00 Se..od P ib, a Krause Piano Coupon - $260.00 Third Pli a Krause Piano Coupon - - $250.00 Fou.rtl Pi , a Krause Piano Coupon - $240.00 Fifth P a Krause Piano Coupon - - $230.00 Special IPim a 26-piece silver set to the one ~St g the winning candidate $ 25.00 Spedal PS a Gold Watch to the candi datae Sg g the most votes from Sept. 11 to 4" iacluding Sept. 30, 1911 - $ 28.00 RULES GOVERNING; THE CONTEST i. Any persen, or any educational, fraternal, benevolent or relig ious order, gssooy or organization can be nominated as a candidate. a. Th@ eoatestant, whether an individual or organization receiving the largest mimber of votes during the contest will be awarded one of these grnd .oass absolutely free. The contestants standing, second, third, fourth and fifth, respectively, will receive due-bills as follows: To the one standing 2d, $26o, good for a $350 piano when accompan ied by 9g casem; the one standing third, $25o, good...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 October 1911

IV - Rif' A'CYCOU TANA, F tDAY, OCT. *. ..s. $2.0 PE2 ft,+ .M.. ryyeIs C eD PEROXIDE for happed face and hands. An absolute. ly harmless non greasy cream. A mild skin bleach that will not grow .hair. Soothing and Healing* 25 Cents Each. ALLEY DRUG STORI A. W. Hu.,sol, Prop. VALLEY MEAT MARKET Telephone 34 A. M. Jacobs, Proprietor IPalace Saloon S SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. SImported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Pamily trade, Picnic parties, Hunting and PFishnlag parties suppiled. A es of the i traede of hde . Culiertson. Montanaf S" We Make It Easy i for you to possess a bank account. You can ope. an account here with One Dollar-you can add to it as ofte uas you wish in any amount you desire. We are anxious to do our pert and d urge vou to avail yourself of the advantages sad facilities we place at the dis pal of pats. Your busime welcome here. CITIZENS STATE BANK OF Go -ITUV . Alotws A 5. ... W P. Aese. i C. W.-., -777 + '+ , +' + LES V IVE KS Pjano Contest Will C...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 October 1911

The FRANK S la Aasm CULBRKTIO W. ASIA Londorn 3Le hv ers mdd. So sar same a A trip ia the gghestk wray to stb A saggestlep ft harlta a bomb into the h gagtil on. Joy ridaig Is a 'sertel.a. The results massa o MPb etS n adu rance. What use bao Whave .s rbea pretty Ammgbis ea oat swim the world? New York bem 232.206 dogs and cats and the are getting amore sleep per eggIM A ostoon man at ears of corn in two bours, w ehich ch e esltore Isnt every Boston ur man' i ty The magaslaes We eatoed In freight trains ea eem, them they are able to satlelpate thF date lines. That Harvard pls rr who says people are better O b net taking vae cations is talking tohsre hi mortar board Old-fashloae faters are badly needed, says a mu erl; ml so are old fashioned ehlM S atP might be added. The aeroplane is mpeeg to be a treat petoeaker. y tanhkl the Iln goes up late the air ma taving them there? A Chicag man wMs a divorce e nuse his wifeth sela to talk to him. Castlng pearls baere swine, so to speak If At...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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